Top 10 uncommitted local football prospects for 2013's recruiting class
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Several top high school football prospects are already popping up, indicating another bumper crop of in-state recruits. Several of the state's top prospects already have offers, with many more likely on the way. A couple of the top prospects, Bingham's Keegan Hicks and Mountain Crest's Moroni Laulu-Pututau, have already pledged to sign with BYU, while Pine View's Logan Stott is ticketed for Arizona and Cody Boyer is on his way to Utah State. Many other top prospects are sure to surface during the coming months, but for now, in late February, here are 10 of the state's top uncommitted recruits for the 2013 signing class.
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